UUCSJ Online Program Sign Up

This form is for registering for all scheduled UUCSJ online programs. If you would like to organize a program for your community, please email info@uucsj.org

If you would like to participate in more than one program, you will need to fill out this form separately for each program. 
August 12, 2020 12-1:30 PM PST / 3-4:30 PM EST - Social Justice Virtual Mural Tour with ARTE

We are hosting our first workshop collaboration with ARTE - a Social Justice Mural Tour of NYC, including some of ARTE's own work in East Harlem! Art and Resistance Through Education (ARTE) is a grassroots, community-based of New York that engages young people to amplify their voices and organize for human rights change through the visual arts. Using art, design, and technology, ARTE students develop creative public art projects that bring awareness to local and global human rights challenges.

During this interactive, participatory workshop, participants will:
  • Discuss what constitutes public art and explore the intersection of public art and social justice;
  • Understand the use of artivism (art + activism) as a tool of social justice;
  • Spend time analyzing artwork by activists focusing on immigrant rights & mass incarceration;
  • Explore public art in the context of the East Harlem community;
  • Discuss what the future of public art will be in a quarantine world'
  • Leave with a better understanding of how public art can be used as a tool for activism in their own communities
Total time is 90 minutes. While this is offered as a multigenerational workshop, priority is to create a safe space for youth voices, youth groups, and youth allies.
 
September 19 9 AM-12 PM PST / 12-3 PM EST - Faith in Action: Organizing Effective Justice Ministry Teams, UU Church of the Monterey Peninsula

Faith in Action explores how groups can better organize in order to harness the power at the intersection of faith and justice. It also provides a framework that helps groups better understand their justice work, ensure the work is done in an effective anti-oppressive manner, and firmly root the justice work in Unitarian Universalism and the mission and vision of the church.
ALL PROGRAMS - Please note: All program participants are asked to join by video if possible, be actively engaged throughout, and stay for the entire time. 
 
We will limit participation to 20 people so that there is room for active sharing and community-building. If there is significantly more interest, we will likely arrange for additional sessions. Call-in information (over zoom) will be provided after registration.
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